THE LCAP SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED.
Please click if you would like to see the Draft 2018-19 LCAP.
Updating the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) takes many months and is based on the input from a variety of stakeholders including parents, students, teachers, administrators, and support staff. The final step before the Board of Trustees holds a Public Hearing is to solicit broad input from those who may or may not have previously contributed. Please consider contributing.
Please join the FVSD school site mental health professionals for an evening about healthy teen minds and how to support students in crisis. This is a parent-only evening that is geared toward 7th and 8th grade parents, although all parents are welcome.
We are aware that there is service interruption with some of our individual school sites, you can still access www.FVSD.us or click on the link below to contact your local school office directly. Thanks for your patience as we resolve this issue. http://www.fvsd.us/apps/pages/Schools
You are cordially invited to attend an informational meeting at
your child’s assigned middle school. Wednesday, May 23, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Where: Fulton, Masuda, Talbert
At their April 19th Board Meeting, the FVSD Board of Trustees approved a revised calendar for the 2018-19 School Year, changing the spring recess to be aligned with Huntington Beach Union High School District's 2018-19 School Year calendar. Thus, both FVSD and HBUHSD will have spring recess the week of April 15th - 19th, 2019, the week prior to Easter holiday.
Join us for a Kindergarten Parent Night May 8, 2018, 6:00pm-7:30pm
at Tamura School. All incoming Kindergarten families are welcome to a great night! You will gain important information regarding your child’s Kindergarten year!
There will be presentations on: Kindergarten readiness and summer activities, The Life of a Kindergartener, The Health and Well-Being of Your School Age Child.
Courreges Elementary and Newland Elementary were named as 2018 California Distinguished Schools, the state’s top honor for campuses. The prize goes to schools with the highest overall achievement scores in academic and non-academic indicators, or those with high concentrations of low-income students and English learners that significantly improved or maintained high scores.